Two Twitter representatives, Lauren Devoll and Tom Tarantino, are ready to e-meet you at this year’s virtual Government Social Media Conference, happening March 23-25.
"What can we say! We just couldn't miss this epic gathering of innovative government partners and communication professionals,” they said. “We're excited to share the latest from Twitter and learn from the experiences of attendees who've been through an especially challenging year. Join us for a live keynote from @LaurenDevoll, a breakout session on COVID-19 with @TomTaratino, an interactive Twitter Q&A, or all the above.”
Kick-off #GSMCON2021 with Lauren Devoll on Twitter’s Public Policy Strategy and Innovation Team during the opening keynote session. Meet your conference emcees, hear from conference director Kristy Dalton, (you might even even learn about a special attendee-only surprise along the way!) and join Lauren as she shares the latest strategies and tools for having creative and effective conversations on Twitter in her session, “@ me next time”.
On day two of #GSMCON2021, don’t miss out on learning all about COVID-19 response on Twitter with Tom Tarantino, Policy and Crisis Response for Twitter.
Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Nextdoor, ArchiveSocial and hundreds of government social media professionals are joining us virtually this year to meet at the only major social media conference in the U.S. for government agencies, and we hope you will, too! Learn best practices, get connected with major social media networks and don’t miss out on plenty of fun surprises along the way. Grab your ticket now before prices increase after Friday, March 5. Here’s how to register.
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